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Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year’s Day, or Seollal, is one of the two biggest holidays in Korea and falls on Jan. 25 this year. A Korea.net staff writer picked the following keywords to show the differences in how South and North Korea celebrate Seollal based on the Ministry of Unification’s website for information on the North. #...
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With 2019 being the Year of the Golden Pig according to the Chinese zodiac, the Korea Tourism Organization recommends select tourism spots related to pigs where people can spend Seollal (Lunar New Year) and wish for good luck. Because the Sino-Korean character for pig, don (돈, 豚), has the same spelling and sound as the...
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Diverse yet free events will be held at 18 major parks in Seoul over the Lunar New Year holiday, the Seoul Metropolitan Government said, Friday. The participating parks are Gyeongui Line Forest Park, Namsan Park, World Cup Park, West Seoul Lake Park, Yeouido Park, Seonyudo Park, Pureun Arboretum, Oil Tank Culture Park, Seoul Forest, Eungbong...
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